Torrance Daily Breeze wins two first and two second place awards from California Newspaper Publishers Association
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PUBLISHED: May 3, 2014 at 6:26 pm | UPDATED: September 6, 2017 at 6:28 am
The Los Angeles News Group, which includes the Daily Breeze, captured 10 first place and 11 second place awards announced at the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s annual awards banquet in San Jose on Saturday.
The Daily Breeze in Torrance won two first and two second place awards.
The annual journalism contest honors the best work in the state for 2013. LANG received 37 awards over the four circulation categories in which it competed.
“The journalists of the Los Angeles News Group are deeply committed to serving our communities, and having such a broad array of work recognized is a testament of how seriously that mission is undertaken each day,” said Michael A. Anastasi, LANG’s vice president of news and executive editor.
“Both Publisher Ron Hasse and I are very proud of our colleagues.”
The Daily Breeze was honored in the large circulation category for the following stories:
•First place: Coverage of Local Government, Lennox School District dysfunction. Rob Kuznia.
•Second place: Agricultural Reporting, 48 Hours. Brian Sumers.
•Second place: Best Sports Story, 25 years since the Wayne Gretzky trade changed hockey forever. Elliott Teaford.
•First place: Graphic Illustration, Gang Injunctions. Paul Penzella.